In this section we list news releases issued in the last three months.
|23/5/2013||Land at Chichele Road Exhibition & Community Planning Day|
Architects and community planners John Thompson & Partners (JTP) are holding an Exhibition & Community Planning Day to engage with the local community and develop a new vision for land at Chichele Road, before a planning application is submitted.
|16/5/2013||Council successfully prosecutes owners of former Rose and Young site|
At Redhill Magistrates Court on Monday 13 May, Caterham Properties Ltd was found guilty, in its absence, of failure to comply with a planning enforcement notice. The Court imposed the maximum fine of £1000, awarded the Council costs of £796 and £15 to the victim support fund.
|15/5/2013||Caterham man pleads guilty to benefit fraud of almost £8,500|
On 13 May 2013 at Redhill Magistrates’ Court, Raymond O’Connor of Newlands Court, Coulsdon Road, Caterham, pleaded guilty to benefit fraud of £8,466. He was given a two year Conditional Discharge and ordered to pay £540 towards prosecution costs.
|9/5/2013||M25 night time closures junction 5-7|
As part of the roadworks being carried out by the Highways Agency on the M25, between junction 5 and 7, the following night time closures are taking place:
|7/5/2013||Stop Loan Sharks survey|
The Stop Loan Sharks team would like your opinion about their work.
|3/5/2013||Health and Safety in the workplace course|
All employers must ensure their staff are safe in the workplace. To help local businesses with this, Tandridge District Council’s Environmental Health Team is running the CIEH Level 2 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace course on Wednesday 15 May.
|3/5/2013||Mill Lane skate park to be replaced|
Tandridge District Council is putting plans together to replace Mill Lane Skate Park in Hurst Green.
|3/5/2013||Fined £10,000 for breach of enforcement notice|
On Monday 29 April at Redhill Magistrates’ Court, Millie Stojanovic, of Old Orchard, Church Lane, Burstow RH6 9TG was found guilty of not complying with a planning enforcement notice. She was fined £10,000, ordered to pay prosecution costs of £3,140 and £15 to the victim support fund.
|3/5/2013||Community Improvements Fund |
The Community Improvements Fund has £1 million available for projects across Surrey.
|1/5/2013||Recycling and waste collections following bank holiday|
Recycling, food and waste collections
There will be no delays to recycling, food and dustbin/black sack waste collections following the bank holiday on Monday 6 May. Collections will take place on your normal weekday.
|25/4/2013||Local voice for health and social care|
A new consumer champion for health and social care in Surrey has started.
|25/4/2013||Heathwatch seeks Chair and Non-Executive Directors |
Healthwatch Surrey is the newly established consumer champion for health and social care in Surrey and a ground-breaking Social Enterprise. It has been formed to deliver the Local Healthwatch service which Surrey County Council has awarded to Citizens Advice Surrey, Help & Care and Surrey Independent Living Council.
|19/4/2013||Free community alarm and sensor trial|
Surrey Telecare is offering Surrey residents the chance to trial telecare sensors free of charge.
|18/4/2013||Independent member of the police and crime panel |
Would you like the opportunity to have an input into decisions about the delivery of policing services in Surrey?
|12/4/2013||Fined for flytipping in Buxton Lane, Caterham|
On Friday 5 April at Redhill Magistrates’ Court, Ovidiu Vlad, formerly of Swingate Lane, London SE18 2DB was found guilty of flytipping and fined £1000, as well as £250 for failing to respond to a S71 Notice, ordered to pay the Council’s costs of £1400 and £120 to the victim support fund. As Vlad had used a vehicle in the commissioning of an offence, he was also disqualified from driving for six months.
|12/4/2013||Fined for flytipping in Godstone|
On Monday 8 April at Redhill Magistrates’ Court, David Murphy trading as Murphy's Grabbing Ltd, Eagle House, Cranleigh Close, South Croydon CR2 9LH pleaded guilty to failing to deal with waste correctly, which led to waste being flytipped. The company was fined £1,200 and ordered to pay the Council’s costs of £765, waste removal costs of £300 and £120 to the victim support fund – a total of £2,385.
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